Roth Bar 2LX Review – Upgrade Your TV’s Sound Without Breaking the Bank

The Roth Bar 2LX is the latest soundbar and subwoofer to enter the market that will allow you to take your TV’s audio performance to the next level without having to hurt your wallet too much. However, it is unsurprising at its price point that its hardware specs are pretty basic. This is for people who are looking for a more affordable, barebones audio solution for what their television can currently offer. It has built-in Bluetooth connectivity so users are able to use it to stream their favorite tracks from a compatible device.

Roth Bar 2LX Review - Upgrade Your TV's Sound Without Breaking the Bank

The Roth Bar 2LX is a Soundbar and Subwoofer Set That Has Basic Audio Performance

The Roth Bar 2LX is the first soundbar and subwoofer audio system to be released since the Sub Zero II (which was released into the market back in 2013). It arrives into the market with a budget-friendly price tag, a smart, attractive design, and a fairly portable look (as far as soundbars and subwoofers go).

It stands at 50-millimeters high, and its slim architecture will sit nicely below your TV without causing too much fuss. It also has a 940-millimeter width which makes it an ideal choice for TVs between 40 and 50-inches. Aside from placing it below your TV, you also have the option of mounting it on a wall with the brackets supplied in the package.

At the front end of the Roth Bar 2LX soundbar, you will find that it is covered by a black cloth grille. There is also a brushed silver strip in the middle which adds a welcoming hint of luxury. At the top panel and back-end, it is finished in gloss black. This gives the device a sleek and modern appearance. Unfortunately, this glossy black finish is plasticky and the bar feels light when you pick it up. But when you look at its price tag, build quality is pretty decent at this point.

For audio performance, sounds are delivered bigger and bassier than what your TV can offer. This is exactly what you want from a soundbar. There is a pleasing clarity and vigor from the sounds that are produced from TV shows and movies. The mini-subwoofer is able to underpin sountracks with an equally surprising amount of bass.

The Roth Bar 2LX is not bad for the money, but inevitably its price point also puts this soundbar with some limitations. But if you’re in the market to boost your TV’s audio a bit without breaking the bank, then may be your prime choice.

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